Design: Grimshaw, Nordic Office of Architecture and Haptic Architects
An international architectural team of Grimshaw, Nordic Office of Architecture and Haptic Architects have today released images of the terminal complex for the new Istanbul Airport.
The first phase will open in 2018 and aims to serve 90 million passengers per year. This will increase to over 150 million passengers per annum once fully complete. Terminal 1 of the Istanbul New Airport will be the worldâ€™s largest airport terminal under one roof, with a gross floor area close to one million sqm.
The building which is planned in Bilkent, Ankara shares a limited land area of the project site with AtatÃ¼rk Hospital and the Integrated Health Campus. The linear double corridor scheme of the old public buildings have been developed into a curvilinear scheme to overcome the problem of fitting into the limited site.
The structure is situated at a major city junction in a dense urban fabric. Design brief: A contemporary face-lift to an old structure so as to regenerate the landmark. The project was to be planned for quick and easy construction to enable running of all three screens for the forthcoming movie releases.
Design: Caroline Di Costa Architect and Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Conceptual Framework CASA31_4 Room House re-interprets the role of memory, tradition and social and cultural value in a rich spatial experience that is simultaneous familiar yet unfamiliar. Our architecture preserves and reinterprets the past, history is layered but never erased, fragments of the past continually remind us that we are only another layer in the rich and unfolding history of this place.
MOCA Cleveland is a 34,000 sqft non-collecting contemporary art museum designed to serve as a catalyst for creativity and growth in a cosmopolitan Cleveland neighborhood, which is home to one of the countryâ€™s largest concentrations of cultural, educational and medical institutions. Because The Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland is a non-collecting institution â€“ one of the relatively few such contemporary art museums in the country â€“ the new building does not need to accommodate collection galleries. Flexibility is key to enable the museum to display works in a great variety of media and genres.
In 2003, The Architecture Foundation and Igloo Regeneration launched a competition to design the affordable housing for the Bermondsey Square development. The aspiration of the competition was to tackle the lack of affordable housing in London and generate new models of the desirable home.
@home new kitchen concept for .elmar by C+S architects
Who ever said that pleasure wasnâ€™t functional? Charles Eames.
@home thinks the kitchen out of the conventional box, reinterpreting the DNA of those forms that the market conventionally names kitchen and which remind us the more complex memories of an inhabited space rich in materiality, flavours and fragrances, a fireplace which to get warm around, a table to work on or share good food as well as a good conversation.
The Nannup Holiday house forms part of a wandering path through the landscape from Perth to Nannup. This path dialogues with the landscape of intense forest, meandering river and rolling hills, each experience is carefully choreographed to enrich the occupancy of the house.
The building structure is 90% treated plantation pine and most furniture constructed from hoop pine plantation plywood. The structure was mostly pre-fabricated to minimise building waste.
BDP has won the commission to design the International Business School in the ancient city of Suzhou which lies 80 km to the west of Shanghai. The school makes up the last building of the Xiâ€™an Jiaotong Liverpool University (XJTLU) south campus. BDP was appointed in 2012 to masterplan the large-scale campus to provide world-class teaching, laboratory and research facilities, and has already designed five faculty buildings on the site.